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Do Domainers Accept Bitcoin As Payment? Do They Mine Coins Like They Mine Domains?

Lately I haven’t been blogging much because I’ve been riding the BitCoin wave. Something that I ask myself is if Domainers accept payment for domains in BitCoin or if they mine domain names similar to how bitcoins are mined. As of about a year ago, I got into the bitcoin scene. I purchased a bitcoin […]

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Solid GoDaddy Transfer Codes For $1.99 Per Domain Transfer.

Hello everyone, Transfer any .com domain name to GoDaddy right now using any of these codes for only $1.99 – $2.17 after the $0.18 ICANN fees using these cool promo codes. Thought I’d share some of the GoDaddy.com transfer codes I used to transfer in close to 30 domains at only $1.99 per domain. The […]

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Free Tutorial – How To Turn Your Domain Names Into Full WordPress Websites

Often times a customer will ask me to setup a wordpress website for their domain name(s). I don’t charge much because it’s an easy task & with the countless free wordpress themes available, It’s easy to pick one that matches the customer’s domain. In this tutorial, I will go over step by step what I […]

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DIY Expired Domain Drop Catching Beats The Auctions – Heavy Hitter Stand Alone Registrars

DIY (Do It Yourself) expired domain drop catching has always been my Forte. Today, I received news that  a user has beat a Pheenix.com backorder on the same domain he backordered on the Pheenix platform. He basically used an API with Dynadot and won the domain directly into his account avoiding the auction process and […]

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How To Match a Short Domain With a Buyer Using the Longer Version

I would like to share my success rate in selling short domain names to end users that are using longer versions of the same type of domain. I check the daily drop list and drop catch expiring domain names. So far, this strategy has been the most successful & profitable for me.  As most of […]

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Hexonet API Is Available For Drop Catching Expired Domain Names

Hello, I have recently developed software for drop catching domain names using hexonet.com’s API. The api seems to work well and it works fast. It’s quite simple how this works, you take a list of domain names you’d like to acquire, enter them into the software and click start. The second the domain name becomes […]

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Interesting Domain Drops Happening Lately

This post is to highlight some domain drops that are occurring and are happening under the radar. Who would have thought that CCC.com’s drop or CVCV.com’s drop and no one has historical data as to what dropped when and who caught what. In my opinion, these domains hold value and I wish there was more alertness as […]

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Expired Domain Catching/Warehousing – My Practices And Advice

I am a domain name investor and keep a warehouse of domain names available for purchase. In this article, I’d like to go over my experiences and methods I use to keep my inventory manageable and consistent to attract buyers. Most of this experience will date back to a few years, in the past I […]

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Listen To Your Gut Instinct When Chasing Expired Domain Names

Often times people will chase expiring (Pending Delete) domain names on a whim. I think the lists at namejet & the like have conditioned fellow drop catchers to think that some domains may be valuable or attract a certain level of attention. I’m not one to favor drop catching a domain just because it attracts […]

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How To Go About Pooling Investors For A New Profitable Business?

Hello Everyone, I am writing to see how I would go about finding domaining related investors who may want to invest money in a profitable domain related idea. Usually I am flying solo in the domain arena, but lately I have been working on a master scale plan. The plan is very unique and hasn’t […]

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